• Savoir évaluer les distances dans les rétroviseurs (autoroute& changement de file)

    hey coucou , les Apprentis Ici vous allez apprendre a évaluer les distances dans les rétroviseurs vous pourrez - vous insérez -changer de files -dépasser et se rabattre -analyser les distances dans les rétros comprendre la capacité d’accélération

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • Hercules I can Go The Distance HD 720p

    enjoy

    published: 13 Mar 2013
  • Moving Pet Fish : Moving Fish Long Distances

    Watch as a seasoned expert demonstrates how to move a pet fish long distances in this free online video about exotic pet care. Expert: Holly Martz Bio: Holly Martz has a passion for animals. Ever since she was a child she would always take animals in need of a home. Filmmaker: Daniel Shearer

    published: 21 Mar 2008
  • Efficiency! Move liquid waste and manure longer distances more efficiently

    Robust Hydraulic drive pump unloads tanker trailers quickly • 6” offload: 1,500-1,600 GPM • 8” offload: 2,000- 2,100 GPM (Larger capacity also creates less foaming when loading spreaders) • 8” High Rate: 3,300-3400 GPM

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • (2013) ADVANCED MELBOURNE SHUFFLE TUTORIAL - Moves to Reach More Distances

    Video made early 2013 and uploaded now :) __________________________________________ I made this video because of the amount of request i recieved on my tricks/moves. Name of the tricks/moves aren't official 0:07 Air slide ? 1:00 Kicks/slides 1:50 Personal Slides 2:40 Push the gorund 3:20 Running man Forward/backward

    published: 02 Jun 2016
  • Move objects across meter-scale distances using only light .flv

    For latest technology in electronics update click here:http://sites.google.com/site/scienceoffuture/.....For more than 40 years, scientists have been using the radiation pressure of light to move and manipulate small objects in space. But until now, the movements have always been restricted to very small scales, typically across distances of a few hundred micrometers, and mostly in liquids. In a new study, scientists have demonstrated a technique that achieves giant optical manipulation in air using a new kind of optical trap that can move 100-micrometer-sized objects across meter-scale distances with an accuracy of about 10 micrometers.

    published: 01 Oct 2010
  • Demonstrating how Coriolis effects bullet drop at 1000 yards

    Jeremy Winters demonstrates how Coriolis effects bullet drop by shooting 1000 yards to the west and 1000 yards to the east and comparing the results. Make sure to subscribe to the Gunwerks Youtube channel for more great long shots, tough shots, shooting tips, DIY & Ballistics.

    published: 24 May 2013
  • Parallax - To Determine Stellar Distances.MOV

    Overview: Parallax is the apparent motion of an object based on two different lines of sight. Objects that are closer to the observer will exhibit larger parallax angles (they move further in the sky) and objects that are further from the observer will exhibit small parallax angles. Instructions: Place the LED light assembly on the lecture bench. On a separate cart across the room, put one turn table on top of the second turn table and using C-Clamps, to mount the top turn table off centered from the bottom turn table. Put the color camera in the center of the top turn table. The dual turn tables allows you to rotate the base to show the change in the parallax angles of the "stars" as you move around the turn table, while still being able to point the camera towards the LED light a...

    published: 26 May 2011
  • Particles attract across long distances

    A team of scientists from MIT has found a new kind of long-range interaction between particles, in a liquid medium, that is based entirely on their motions. And these interactions should apply to any kind of particles that move whether they be living cells or metal particles whirled by magnetic fields. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2016/unexpected-long-range-particle-interactions-0411) Video produced and edited by Melanie Gonick/MIT Particle videos courtesy of Josh Steimel, Juan Aragones and Alfredo Alexander-Katz Music sampled from, “Out” by Ryan Cross http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rya... http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...

    published: 11 Apr 2016
  • Powers of Ten™ (1977)

    Powers of Ten takes us on an adventure in magnitudes. Starting at a picnic by the lakeside in Chicago, this famous film transports us to the outer edges of the universe. Every ten seconds we view the starting point from ten times farther out until our own galaxy is visible only a s a speck of light among many others. Returning to Earth with breathtaking speed, we move inward- into the hand of the sleeping picnicker- with ten times more magnification every ten seconds. Our journey ends inside a proton of a carbon atom within a DNA molecule in a white blood cell. POWERS OF TEN © 1977 EAMES OFFICE LLC (Available at www.eamesoffice.com)

    published: 27 Aug 2010
  • Do Stars Move? Tracking Their Movements Across the Sky

    The stars look static in the sky, but are they moving? How fast, and how do we know? What events can make them move faster, and how can humans make them move? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @universetoday Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/universetoday Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+universetoday/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/universetoday Team: Fraser Cain - @fcain / frasercain@gmail.com Karla Thompson - @karlaii Chad Weber - weber.chad@gmail.com Before we get going, I’d just like to say, happy #300th episode of the Guide to Space. Here’s to hundreds more. The night sky, is the night sky, is the night sky. The constellations you learned as a child are the same constellations t...

    published: 09 May 2017
  • The Science of Marathon Running

    26.2 miles of awesome human evolution. SUBSCRIBE, it's FREE! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓ More below ↓ So maybe we can't outrun cheetahs or antelope, but humans are uniquely adapted for long distance running. What does science have to say about marathon running? To find out, (and because I was feeling a little crazy) I decided to run one! Here's what I discovered about the science of long distance running Endurance running adaptations: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7d/Human_Running_Adaptations.png For more on the science and evolution of distance running, from training plans to cellular physiology, check out Tim Noakes' "The Lore of Running" http://amzn.to/1eKYir9 and Christopher McDougall's "Born to Run" http://amzn.to/NnF7wb ----------------- Have an idea for an...

    published: 17 Mar 2014
  • 90 degrees Parking - How to Correct Yourself

    Gmail: conduitefacilevideos@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conduitefacilevideos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConduiteFacile In a previous video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_IaM6I0IiU), I showed you how to park backing up 90 degrees. Now if everything goes perfectly, meaning you started with the right distances, all the other cars are well aligned in their lines, everything will be alright. But sometimes things just do go as smoothly as we’d like them to go. So here’s how to correct the situation when parking 90 degrees backwards. If you're too close to the car on the right, turn the wheel to the left to get a wider angle. Remember, you always turn the wheel to the side you want to go, be it going forward or backing up. So in this case, since we want to distance ours...

    published: 19 Jan 2016
  • Master Golf Wedge Shot Distances

    In episode 29 of this 50 week series, Jeff Ritter shares a drill for improving your intermediate wedge shots. For hundreds of FREE videos, audio lesson and more visit www.mttperformance.com/blog today Become A FREE SUBSCRIBER to MAKE THE TURN now! http://tinyurl.com/zdtxohu Nothing is dicier than those delicate in between shots inside of 100 yards. This is primarily due to the fact that it’s difficult to accurately control distance when forced to make less than a full golf swing. If you look at “golf” you could argue that playing a complete game really consists of being able to effectively master multiples games. To break this down you could say that golf consists of a Power Game, Finesse Game, Putting Game, Mental Game and Physical Game. Win the battle of each game and it’s pretty much...

    published: 18 May 2016
  • RCRU:U #14: Navigation - Edge Distances

    In this episode, I explain how we calculate the distance between edges used for pathfinding. Or, rather, the *time* required to move between edges. Because our player movement speed depends on the direction of travel, this becomes rather complicated. Follow me: https://twitter.com/_AndrewRussell http://andrewrussell.net/ Follow the game: https://twitter.com/rivercityransom https://www.facebook.com/rivercityransomgame

    published: 26 Nov 2016
  • Fastest Ways From Spawn to Point! | Kings Row | Quickest Heroes, Payload Distances, Capture Speeds

    Ever want to know how long it takes to capture a point? Move the payload? Or get back to defend a point? I timed and tested all of that for you in this video for King's Row! Places You Can Find Me - Discord Channel - https://discord.gg/0tLqidlkBUDGwfNk (Get your parents permission if you're under 18) Twitter - http://www.Twitter.com/Jangular Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jangular/ Shirts! - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/OrangeTipApparel/ Twitch - http://www.Twitch.tv/Jangular Sound effects used in the intro under CC Attribution 3.0 - Fire Burning - Recorded by JaBa - http://soundbible.com/1902-Fire-Burning.html Flame Arrow - Recorded by Mike Koenig - http://soundbible.com/1356-Flame-Arrow.html Hot Sizzling - Recorded by Mike Koenig - http://soundbible.com/1090-Hot-S...

    published: 16 Nov 2016
Savoir évaluer les distances dans les rétroviseurs (autoroute& changement de file)

Savoir évaluer les distances dans les rétroviseurs (autoroute& changement de file)

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hey coucou , les Apprentis Ici vous allez apprendre a évaluer les distances dans les rétroviseurs vous pourrez - vous insérez -changer de files -dépasser et se rabattre -analyser les distances dans les rétros comprendre la capacité d’accélération
https://wn.com/Savoir_Évaluer_Les_Distances_Dans_Les_Rétroviseurs_(Autoroute_Changement_De_File)
Hercules I can Go The Distance HD 720p

Hercules I can Go The Distance HD 720p

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2013
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enjoy
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Moving Pet Fish : Moving Fish Long Distances

Moving Pet Fish : Moving Fish Long Distances

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2008
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Watch as a seasoned expert demonstrates how to move a pet fish long distances in this free online video about exotic pet care. Expert: Holly Martz Bio: Holly Martz has a passion for animals. Ever since she was a child she would always take animals in need of a home. Filmmaker: Daniel Shearer
https://wn.com/Moving_Pet_Fish_Moving_Fish_Long_Distances
Efficiency! Move liquid waste and manure longer distances more efficiently

Efficiency! Move liquid waste and manure longer distances more efficiently

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  • Updated: 14 Jan 2016
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Robust Hydraulic drive pump unloads tanker trailers quickly • 6” offload: 1,500-1,600 GPM • 8” offload: 2,000- 2,100 GPM (Larger capacity also creates less foaming when loading spreaders) • 8” High Rate: 3,300-3400 GPM
https://wn.com/Efficiency_Move_Liquid_Waste_And_Manure_Longer_Distances_More_Efficiently
(2013) ADVANCED MELBOURNE SHUFFLE TUTORIAL  - Moves to Reach More Distances

(2013) ADVANCED MELBOURNE SHUFFLE TUTORIAL - Moves to Reach More Distances

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Video made early 2013 and uploaded now :) __________________________________________ I made this video because of the amount of request i recieved on my tricks/moves. Name of the tricks/moves aren't official 0:07 Air slide ? 1:00 Kicks/slides 1:50 Personal Slides 2:40 Push the gorund 3:20 Running man Forward/backward
https://wn.com/(2013)_Advanced_Melbourne_Shuffle_Tutorial_Moves_To_Reach_More_Distances
Move objects across meter-scale distances using only light .flv

Move objects across meter-scale distances using only light .flv

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2010
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For latest technology in electronics update click here:http://sites.google.com/site/scienceoffuture/.....For more than 40 years, scientists have been using the radiation pressure of light to move and manipulate small objects in space. But until now, the movements have always been restricted to very small scales, typically across distances of a few hundred micrometers, and mostly in liquids. In a new study, scientists have demonstrated a technique that achieves giant optical manipulation in air using a new kind of optical trap that can move 100-micrometer-sized objects across meter-scale distances with an accuracy of about 10 micrometers.
https://wn.com/Move_Objects_Across_Meter_Scale_Distances_Using_Only_Light_.Flv
Demonstrating how Coriolis effects bullet drop at 1000 yards

Demonstrating how Coriolis effects bullet drop at 1000 yards

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  • Updated: 24 May 2013
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Jeremy Winters demonstrates how Coriolis effects bullet drop by shooting 1000 yards to the west and 1000 yards to the east and comparing the results. Make sure to subscribe to the Gunwerks Youtube channel for more great long shots, tough shots, shooting tips, DIY & Ballistics.
https://wn.com/Demonstrating_How_Coriolis_Effects_Bullet_Drop_At_1000_Yards
Parallax - To Determine Stellar Distances.MOV

Parallax - To Determine Stellar Distances.MOV

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  • Updated: 26 May 2011
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Overview: Parallax is the apparent motion of an object based on two different lines of sight. Objects that are closer to the observer will exhibit larger parallax angles (they move further in the sky) and objects that are further from the observer will exhibit small parallax angles. Instructions: Place the LED light assembly on the lecture bench. On a separate cart across the room, put one turn table on top of the second turn table and using C-Clamps, to mount the top turn table off centered from the bottom turn table. Put the color camera in the center of the top turn table. The dual turn tables allows you to rotate the base to show the change in the parallax angles of the "stars" as you move around the turn table, while still being able to point the camera towards the LED light assembly. To increase the change in the parallax angle, attach a board to the top turn table and mount the camera to the end of the board so the largest sweep angle is achieved.
https://wn.com/Parallax_To_Determine_Stellar_Distances.Mov
Particles attract across long distances

Particles attract across long distances

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A team of scientists from MIT has found a new kind of long-range interaction between particles, in a liquid medium, that is based entirely on their motions. And these interactions should apply to any kind of particles that move whether they be living cells or metal particles whirled by magnetic fields. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2016/unexpected-long-range-particle-interactions-0411) Video produced and edited by Melanie Gonick/MIT Particle videos courtesy of Josh Steimel, Juan Aragones and Alfredo Alexander-Katz Music sampled from, “Out” by Ryan Cross http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rya... http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
https://wn.com/Particles_Attract_Across_Long_Distances
Powers of Ten™ (1977)

Powers of Ten™ (1977)

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  • Updated: 27 Aug 2010
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Powers of Ten takes us on an adventure in magnitudes. Starting at a picnic by the lakeside in Chicago, this famous film transports us to the outer edges of the universe. Every ten seconds we view the starting point from ten times farther out until our own galaxy is visible only a s a speck of light among many others. Returning to Earth with breathtaking speed, we move inward- into the hand of the sleeping picnicker- with ten times more magnification every ten seconds. Our journey ends inside a proton of a carbon atom within a DNA molecule in a white blood cell. POWERS OF TEN © 1977 EAMES OFFICE LLC (Available at www.eamesoffice.com)
https://wn.com/Powers_Of_Ten™_(1977)
Do Stars Move? Tracking Their Movements Across the Sky

Do Stars Move? Tracking Their Movements Across the Sky

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  • Updated: 09 May 2017
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The stars look static in the sky, but are they moving? How fast, and how do we know? What events can make them move faster, and how can humans make them move? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @universetoday Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/universetoday Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+universetoday/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/universetoday Team: Fraser Cain - @fcain / frasercain@gmail.com Karla Thompson - @karlaii Chad Weber - weber.chad@gmail.com Before we get going, I’d just like to say, happy #300th episode of the Guide to Space. Here’s to hundreds more. The night sky, is the night sky, is the night sky. The constellations you learned as a child are the same constellations that you see today. Ancient people recognized these same constellations. Oh sure, they might not have had the same name for it, but essentially, we see what they saw. But when you see animations of galaxies, especially as they come together and collide, you see the stars buzzing around like angry bees. We know that the stars can have motions, and yet, we don’t see them moving? How fast are they moving, and will we ever be able to tell? Stars, of course, do move. It’s just that the distances are so great that it’s very difficult to tell. But astronomers have been studying their position for thousands of years. Tracking the position and movements of the stars is known as astrometry. We trace the history of astrometry back to 190 BC, when the ancient Greek astronomer Hipparchus first created a catalog of the 850 brightest stars in the sky and their position. His student Ptolemy followed up with his own observations of the night sky, creating his important document: the Almagest. In the Almagest, Ptolemy laid out his theory for an Earth-centric Universe, with the Moon, Sun, planets and stars in concentric crystal spheres that rotated around the planet. He was wrong about the Universe, of course, but his charts and tables were incredibly accurate, measuring the brightness and location of more than 1,000 stars. A thousand years later, the Arabic astronomer Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi completed an even more detailed measurement of the sky using an astrolabe. One of the most famous astronomers in history was the Danish Tycho Brahe. He was renowned for his ability to measure the position of stars, and built incredibly precise instruments for the time to do the job. He measured the positions of stars to within 15 to 35 arcseconds of accuracy. Just for comparison, a human hair, held 10 meters away is an arcsecond wide. Also, I’m required to inform you that Brahe had a fake nose. He lost his in a duel, but had a brass replacement made. In 1807, Friedrich Bessel was the first astronomer to measure the distance to a nearby star 61 Cygni. He used the technique of parallax, by measuring the angle to the star when the Earth was on one side of the Sun, and then measuring it again 6 months later when the Earth was on the other side. Over the course of this period, this relatively closer star moves slightly back and forth against the more distant background of the galaxy. And over the next two centuries, other astronomers further refined this technique, getting better and better at figuring out the distance and motions of stars. But to really track the positions and motions of stars, we needed to go to space. In 1989, the European Space Agency launched their Hipparchus mission, named after the Greek astronomer we talked about earlier. Its job was to measure the position and motion of the nearby stars in the Milky Way. Over the course of its mission, Hipparcos accurately measured 118,000 stars, and provided rough calculations for another 2 million stars. That was useful, and astronomers have relied on it ever since, but something better has arrived, and its name is Gaia. Launched in December 2013, the European Space Agency’s Gaia in is in the process of mapping out a billion stars in the Milky Way. That’s billion, with a B, and accounts for about 1% of the stars in the galaxy. The spacecraft will track the motion of 150 million stars, telling us where everything is going over time. It will be a mind bending accomplishment. Hipparchus would be proud. With the most precise measurements, taken year after year, the motions of the stars can indeed be calculated. Although they’re not enough to see with the unaided eye, over thousands and tens of thousands of years, the positions of the stars change dramatically in the sky. The familiar stars in the Big Dipper, for example, look how they do today. But if you go forward or backward in time, the positions of the stars look very different, and eventually completely unrecognizable.
https://wn.com/Do_Stars_Move_Tracking_Their_Movements_Across_The_Sky
The Science of Marathon Running

The Science of Marathon Running

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26.2 miles of awesome human evolution. SUBSCRIBE, it's FREE! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓ More below ↓ So maybe we can't outrun cheetahs or antelope, but humans are uniquely adapted for long distance running. What does science have to say about marathon running? To find out, (and because I was feeling a little crazy) I decided to run one! Here's what I discovered about the science of long distance running Endurance running adaptations: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7d/Human_Running_Adaptations.png For more on the science and evolution of distance running, from training plans to cellular physiology, check out Tim Noakes' "The Lore of Running" http://amzn.to/1eKYir9 and Christopher McDougall's "Born to Run" http://amzn.to/NnF7wb ----------------- Have an idea for an episode or an amazing science question you want answered? Leave a comment below! Follow me on Twitter: @jtotheizzoe Email me: itsokaytobesmart AT gmail DOT com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itsokaytobesmart For more awesome science, check out: http://www.itsokaytobesmart.com Joe Hanson - Host and writer Joe Nicolosi - Director Amanda Fox - Producer, Spotzen IncKate Eads - Associate Producer Katie Graham - Director of Photography Andrew Matthews - Editor and motion graphics John Knudsen - Gaffer Music: "Ouroboros" by Kevin MacLeod Other music via APM Stock images via Shutterstock Produced by PBS Digital Studios: http://www.youtube.com/user/pbsdigitalstudios ----------- Last week's video: How The Elements Got Their Names - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtg9p6A6xnY More videos: The Most Important Science Images - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd9328AW64g Science Fiction as Science Fact - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ear4Prg9G8w The Science of Kissing - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwJ-wwF9XVs The Scale of the Universe - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhQ8jUKWef0
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90 degrees Parking - How to Correct Yourself

90 degrees Parking - How to Correct Yourself

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Gmail: conduitefacilevideos@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conduitefacilevideos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConduiteFacile In a previous video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_IaM6I0IiU), I showed you how to park backing up 90 degrees. Now if everything goes perfectly, meaning you started with the right distances, all the other cars are well aligned in their lines, everything will be alright. But sometimes things just do go as smoothly as we’d like them to go. So here’s how to correct the situation when parking 90 degrees backwards. If you're too close to the car on the right, turn the wheel to the left to get a wider angle. Remember, you always turn the wheel to the side you want to go, be it going forward or backing up. So in this case, since we want to distance ourselves from the car on the right, we want to go to the left, so we turn the wheel to the left. The closer you are to the car on the right, the more you want to turn your wheel. Then, when you have enough distance from the car on the right, check your side mirror to get a good indication of the distance. Now this is one of those cases where looking in the mirrors will help you a lot more than looking behind with your head turned. You’ll have a lot better idea of the distance between your car and the other one by looking in the mirror as opposed to looking back with your head turned. Then, when you have a safe distance, which should be at least two feet, turn the wheel completely to the right to reposition the car, and back up until you’re straight. If you're too close to the car to the left, there's not much you can do with the steering wheel since it's already turned completely to the right. The only option left, is to go forward. So what you'll need to do in this case, is to advance like if you were going to park in the parking spot in front of you. Turn the wheel completely to the left and align your car between the lines in front. In most parking lots, the Lines are aligned, so you know that if your car is well aligned between the lines of the parking spot in front, if you back up really straight, you'll also be all aligned in your parking. So now what you have to do is hold your wheel mostly straight and back up as straight as possible, correcting a bit if needed. If the parking spot in front of you is not empty, turn the wheel completely to the right, advance a bit, then turn it to the left and again, advance as much as you can, and repeat these steps as much as needed until the car is straight, then hold the wheel straight and back up until you fit in the spot. Hope you liked this video, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask them in the comments. Thanks for watching.
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Master Golf Wedge Shot Distances

Master Golf Wedge Shot Distances

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In episode 29 of this 50 week series, Jeff Ritter shares a drill for improving your intermediate wedge shots. For hundreds of FREE videos, audio lesson and more visit www.mttperformance.com/blog today Become A FREE SUBSCRIBER to MAKE THE TURN now! http://tinyurl.com/zdtxohu Nothing is dicier than those delicate in between shots inside of 100 yards. This is primarily due to the fact that it’s difficult to accurately control distance when forced to make less than a full golf swing. If you look at “golf” you could argue that playing a complete game really consists of being able to effectively master multiples games. To break this down you could say that golf consists of a Power Game, Finesse Game, Putting Game, Mental Game and Physical Game. Win the battle of each game and it’s pretty much a guarantee you’re one heck of a player. As it relates to the power game, the attitude is basically to hit it as far as you can, with a “full” range of motion with any given club. Here you’re getting multiple distances out of one basic swing due to the fact you have 13 or so interchangeable clubs at your disposal. As you move inside of full swing range, distance control becomes increasingly more difficult, as now clubs are limited and swing length must become more variable. Understanding how to answer this unique challenge associated with short-range “finesse” shots is what made Dave Pelz a valuable asset for any player looking to improve their wedge game. Not only did Dave have a unique perspective on how to coach the short-game as a “game” unto itself, he’s also responsible for creating a movement that encouraged coaches to specialize in teaching only certain areas of the game. Early in my career I had the pleasure of working for Dave Pelz at his facility in LaQuinta, California. We had a whole system associated with dialing in distance control on the wedges, but back then it was common to begin by having players learn to master a basic 50 yard shot. Before my time at Pelz, I had never really practiced to specific wedge yardages. Instead I just trusted my gut to knock it close. At the short game school, however, we had a state-of-the-art facility with targets everywhere to hit to. I’m embarrassed to say, when given the task of consistently hitting a net only 50 yards away, I failed miserably. Pretty quickly I found my groove and for the first time actually knew what kind of swing would hit a repeatable 50 yard shot. Once I could hit it 50 yards in my sleep, I’d then add targets staggered on either side in 10 yard increments, building out an arsenal of dependable distances I knew I could produce. With the 50 yard swing as my anchor, it became very easy to increase or decrease swing length to get the desired result. Following my time at Pelz, a great mentor of mine, Mike LaBauve, developed a highly effective scoring system to give players valuable feedback on the quality of their short game skills. I’ve used Mike’s test over the years and if you ever have the pleasure of working with him, make sure he puts you through the ringer! This week’s challenge was born from spending time with both of these great coaches and I’m forever grateful for the influence they’ve had on my career. In looking at this week’s video you might say it’s unreasonable to exactly replicate this set-up. I’m confident, however, that anyone can drop a towel 50 yards out on a practice tee or open field and do themselves some real good tuning up their short range shotmaking! Spend a little time trying to master your baseline 50 yard shot and you can count this challenge as complete. BENEFITS: Improved Rhythm Better Distance Control Lower Scores Also Check Out: Best Short Game Drill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gdw1ENo2NQ0 Follow Us @ MAKE THE TURN: http://mttperformance.com/ MAKE THE TURN Blog: http://mttperformance.com/blog/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mttgolf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maketheturn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mttgolf/ jeff ritter, make the turn, dave pelz, golf short game, golf wedge tips, best golf practice tips, golf practice drills, golf pitch shots, golf distance control
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RCRU:U #14: Navigation - Edge Distances

RCRU:U #14: Navigation - Edge Distances

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In this episode, I explain how we calculate the distance between edges used for pathfinding. Or, rather, the *time* required to move between edges. Because our player movement speed depends on the direction of travel, this becomes rather complicated. Follow me: https://twitter.com/_AndrewRussell http://andrewrussell.net/ Follow the game: https://twitter.com/rivercityransom https://www.facebook.com/rivercityransomgame
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Fastest Ways From Spawn to Point! | Kings Row | Quickest Heroes, Payload Distances, Capture Speeds

Fastest Ways From Spawn to Point! | Kings Row | Quickest Heroes, Payload Distances, Capture Speeds

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Ever want to know how long it takes to capture a point? Move the payload? Or get back to defend a point? I timed and tested all of that for you in this video for King's Row! Places You Can Find Me - Discord Channel - https://discord.gg/0tLqidlkBUDGwfNk (Get your parents permission if you're under 18) Twitter - http://www.Twitter.com/Jangular Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jangular/ Shirts! - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/OrangeTipApparel/ Twitch - http://www.Twitch.tv/Jangular Sound effects used in the intro under CC Attribution 3.0 - Fire Burning - Recorded by JaBa - http://soundbible.com/1902-Fire-Burning.html Flame Arrow - Recorded by Mike Koenig - http://soundbible.com/1356-Flame-Arrow.html Hot Sizzling - Recorded by Mike Koenig - http://soundbible.com/1090-Hot-Sizzling.html Large Fireball - Recorded by Mike Koenig - http://soundbible.com/1348-Large-Fireball.html Small Fireball - Recorded by Mike Koenig - http://soundbible.com/1359-Small-Fireball.html
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